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Angry mourners mass in riot-hit Myanmar city

MANDALAY: Thousands of people, some wielding sticks, flooded Myanmar’s second-largest city as tensions spiked during the funeral of a victim of Buddhist-Muslim clashes that have raised fears of spreading violence.


Cops seize airgun, 1,000 pellets

MIRI: Police here have detained a man and seized a cache of weapons including an airgun and some 1,000 pellets in Kuala Baram district along the highway to the Sarawak-Brunei border.


Miri police seize seven homemade guns in last 72 hours

MIRI: Police detained a man and seized weapons, including an airgun and some 1,000 pellets, in the Kuala Baram district along the highway to the Sarawak-Brunei border.


Warning alert on homemade guns

MIRI: Police have raised the alarm bells over the manufacturing and selling of homemade guns in the state.


Sabah police arrest 10 more suspects over KK shooting spree

KOTA KINABALU: The police have arrested 10 more suspects as they inch closer to solving the shootings by a group of so-called budak nakal (delinquents) that damaged more than 40 business premises and banks in the city early last month.


DIY guns may have been used in Kota Kinabalu shooting spree

KOTA KINABALU: Police are not ruling out the possibility of homemade weapons being used in a shooting spree here and nearby Penampang district as they continue their probe into the case.


RM100 homemade guns possibly used in KK shooting spree

KOTA KINABALU: Home-made weapons costing about RM100 could have been used during Saturday night's shooting spree which damaged over 40 shops in several districts.


Cops: CCTV footage going viral not related to KK shootings

KOTA KINABALU: Images allegedly captured from CCTVs of the culprits involved in the shooting spree here, and circulating in the social media, are actually from a criminal case in peninsular Malaysia, the police said.


Deputy IGP: Sabah shooting spree not linked to any terrorist group

PASIR GUDANG: Police have dismissed fears that the shooting spree which took place in Kota Kinabalu over the weekend was linked to any terrorist group.